Coal Tar Pavement Sealer

Coal Tar Pavement Sealer Exhibits Outstanding Fuel Resistance

SealMaster Coal Tar Sealer is a coal tar emulsion sealer designed to protect and beautify asphalt pavement surfaces.


  • Deep, rich black color
  • Oil and fuel resistant
  • Reduced fume formulation for user-friendly application

Formulated for Added Fuel & UV Resistance

Sizes Available

5 Gallon Pail, 55 gallon Drum, Bulk

Colors Available


* Colors may vary slightly from actual product.


50 to 60 square feet per gallon for two coats depending on age, pavement porosity, and method of application.

NOTE: Coverage rate may vary due to pavement age, porosity, and method or application.


Spec Sheet (PDF) – English | Spanish

Surface Preparation

New asphalt surfaces must cure a minimum of four weeks under ideal weather conditions before application. Surface must be clean and free from all loose material, dirt, and dust. Cracks should be filled with SealMaster Hot Pour or Cold Applied crack fillers. Treat all grease, oil, and gasoline stains with SealMaster Petro Seal or Prep Seal.

Mixing Procedures

For optimum results, mix SealMaster Pavement Sealer in accordance with the following mix design (based on 100 gallons for ease of calculation):

SealMaster Coal Tar Pavement Sealer: 100 gallons
Water: 30 – 40 gallons
Sand: 300 – 500 lbs.
Mix materials to a uniform consistency.

NOTE: A polymer latex additive (such as TopTuff or Sealer V.M.) may be added at the rate of 1-2% based on undiluted gallons of Coal Tar Sealer. Or, Zetac may be added at the rate of 1-2%.


Two coats of mixed material are recommended. Apply by squeegee, brush, or spray. Allow a minimum of 2 to 4 hours drying time before applying second coat. Allow 24 hours before parking cars or allowing traffic to resume.


Temperatures must be above 50°F both during application and for a period of at least 24 hours after application. Do not apply when rain is imminent or forecast.

Clean Up

Wash tools in water before material dries.

Unit Size Unit Weight
5 Gallon Pail 54 lbs.
55 Gallon Drum 595 lbs.